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Last week I celebrated my own anniversary of solar orbits completed, and this week I am celebrating the seventh anniversary of this here blog. SEVEN YEARS. Seems sort of crazy, but there you are. The title refers to the total number of posts that I’ve made over that time. Again, sort of crazy. It has…

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Friday Drabble: Pictured

A drabble is a very short story of exactly 100 words. Feel free to join in and write your own drabbles on Fridays and tag them with “friday drabble” and on Twitter with the hashtag #fridaydrabble. Pictured The picture is old. Black and white from a time that I think should be in color. I am the…

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Friday Drabble: The Two of Us

A drabble is a very short story of exactly 100 words. Feel free to join in and write your own drabbles on Fridays and tag them with “friday drabble” and on Twitter with the hashtag #fridaydrabble. The Two of Us We’ve been together for years now, though sometimes I think I hardly know you at…

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Everyday is Scraturday

Okay, I admit it. I look sometimes. That’s right. I will – on occasion — click over to my “site stats” page to see how many views a certain post might have received. Is that really so bad? Do I need to change my name to BlogVanity? I hope not. Anyway, I like to think…

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A Little C

So for the last several years, I’ve had a regular check-up with my dermatologist where every six months I give him my co-pay and he takes out the liquid nitrogen wand and zaps half a dozen or so things on my head and arms, reminds me to keep wearing hats, and use sunscreen. Such was…

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11 For 11

During last year’s BlogFestivus, one of the best bloggers I found was RewindRevise, who lives and writes in New York City. Lindsey’s thoughtful and funny, about to get married, and as I can see it, her largest defect as a person is her continuing support for the New York Football Giants. No one’s perfect. This…

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Never Break The Chain

As a scientist, I’m not predisposed to giving into superstition.*  And when you come visit our laboratory, I would invite you to ignore the Money Cat and the stolen Manger Hay. Earlier, Lenore Diane tagged me in a chain letter post in which I am supposed to answer a couple of questions. Now, not wanting…

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